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Revision as of 14:09, 29 September 2011

Welcome to wiki.xmpp.org!


This wiki is a sandbox for work on the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol or XMPP, provided for public use by the XSF. To obtain an account on this wiki, ask someone in the jdev@conference.jabber.org chatroom for help (sorry, we don't allow open registration because we're trying to avoid the spammers).

XMPP technologies

Introductory articles:

More in-depth (though unfinished yet) articles:

  • Core - Information about the core XMPP technologies for XML streaming
  • BOSH - An HTTP binding for XMPP (and other) traffic
  • Jingle - SIP-compatible multimedia signalling for voice, video, file transfer, and other applications
  • Multi-User Chat - Flexible, multi-party communication
  • PubSub - Alerts and notifications for data syndication, rich presence, and more
  • Reliability - AMP, message receipts, stream management, Ping, keepalive, etc.
  • Privacy - Presence subscriptions, privacy lists, simple communication blocking, etc.
  • Admin - DNS SRV, certificates, etc.
  • Disco - What is this "disco" thing?
  • XMPP URIs - What is it?
  • SRV Records - What is it? How add for my domain?
  • OTR - What is it? How to use?

We speak?

MUC Rooms

Upcoming Events

Recent Events


Join the XSF, join a team, and contribute!

Working teams:

Social networks

  • Facebook⁽¹⁾ since December 2010. You can like this page (managed by XSF members) ;)
  • identi.ca You can follow XMPP notices (managed by XSF members) ;)
  • LinkedIn XMPP group within the professional network.

(1) We do not like the Facebook policy but this page is here for communicate with "fans" of the foundation and the protocol.